H2S37: The role of the programmer’s mind in the design of code structures:

Hu: // add quote from MIC:

H3S1: The reflection of the programmer’s mind in code:

Hu: // ch-16

H4S1: Theory traps:

<ch-58>: I’ve spent at least 1/2 of my life staring at video; I would ramble more.

H3S2: Lateral pivots in software | design:

Hu: One limitation in the complexity of software-design is the mental | capacity of the designer, but this capacity, can be expanded, if the code | structure more | closely aligns with that designer’s understanding of software-architecture, and that understanding, is fundamentally | correct. In this pursuit #, the programmer may decide to change his database | architecture, as a form of programming<WP.MIC-H2S10,H3S8.H4S5-H5S2>:

Hu: Posed with the option to write a | scraper | function, to differentially # read and write data, into a conglomerate | post_content db, or simply # split the db into multiple | columns, one for each discrete | form entry, I opted for the latter # Therefore, I will be writing each variable, as defined in the isset() | function, of dash-edit.php, into its own column #

	$text1 = $_POST['text1'];
	$url1 = $_POST['url1'];
	$text2 = $_POST['text2'];
	$url2 = $_POST['url2'];

$text1 will be updated to column-text1, $url1 into column-url1, etc.<Turing> Let it be established thus, that since this decision, which was made with column | creation | mouseclicks in phpMyAdmin, is also a form of programming, since it meaningfully | substituted # the function of code, in a php-file.

H4S1: Offloading | design complexity:

Hu: Certain designs require the designer # to hold more visualization in his brain, especially at the same | layer, breaking the rule of 8<WP.MIC-H2S11>, while other designs can offload this complexity, providing for a critical scalability | upgrade, with a form of built-in | intuitiveness, that may even cut down on the need for documentation.

H3S3: Chess is the ideal elucidator of the programmer’s mind:

Hu: It didn’t take long, the 37th blog post<O’Dowd, a-r> for me to reach a fullon, research-backed, elucidated sales pitch, as to why all programmers, can benefit from purchasing my academic | chess textbook: Material in Chess ’22, also available at Amazon.com. #MIC.lit-rev, fbno.

H3S4: Visual considerations:

H4S1: It is ideal to have code length proportional to the visual weight of output:

Hu: If you have a disproportionately long chain of code, whose purpose is to generate, for instance, a single phrase output into the HTML-layer, then it may simplify things for your conception # to abstract that code into an include, reducing it, visually, on the displayed file, into a single.line-function,call.

H3S5: Novel.problem-solving:

Hu: My ability to play highly accurate moves at blitz speed, around 98%, and bullet speed, 90-95%, even in completely novel positions, should be wielded as an adv: currently, the only slow-down I get are in information gaps, which I can just intuitively blast through, even with gaming marathons #, and in illegal formations, which I can always go one step lower level; at some point, I’ll make it to the bottom of the map # https://lichess.org/dJkX4xIK/white#34

H4S1: Ultra.low-tunneling:

Hu: To solve the problem of JS.blob-corruption<malpractice>, I’ve decided that I need ultra.low-tunneling<WP.MIC-H2S135,H3S5.H4S1-H5S1>; previously, I’ve gone as low as binary<WP.MIC-H2S87>, but below binary, is electrical | signals; below that, magnetism, and below that, the Higgs-boundary<Turing><#n-p>, and below that, thought-bends, below that, levels.of-abstr<ch-8>, and below that, the structure of knowledge<ch-62>, and below that, shapes<ch-16>, and below that, lines<ch-2>, and below that, numbers, as a concept, and below that, counting, and below that, objects, and below that, particulars, and below that, perspectives, and below that, identities, and below that, the breath, and below that, the Will, and below that, awareness 👁️, and below that, nothing<Feb-20>

H5S1: Q.tum-E lit-rev for modern-prog:


H6S1: Conn.to-q,tum.dump:

H6S2: Progressively lower chess, 10x each prog: H7S1: https://lichess.org/GdYc5DK5/black#43 H7S2: https://lichess.org/Tosx8iF3/black#27 H8S1: Initial evidence indicates that I’m 10x more dominant, breakthrough, at lower levels. H9S1: Rules protect novices at this level. Themselves, rules cannot be lower than high.level-prog, so they have to precise. H7S3: https://lichess.org/sfVuax24/black#33 H8S1: These systems are better than modern | openings<calibrate>H9S1: P.sack-rate at 10% H8S2: 1 tactic for each side, per game, at each 3 preceding levels<interessant>H7S4: Sublime; levels.of-abstr: https://lichess.org/2l43omvG/black#24 H7S5: https://lichess.org/KUtJ0YiL47jc H7S6: At this level, doubled pawns 1/2 time adv: https://lichess.org/4O9Rcm3K/white#34<MIC-H2S28>H7S7: https://lichess.org/Lap6C248/black#36 H7S8: https://lichess.org/56uGIZ6K/black#0 H7S9: https://lichess.org/giAbWGp9/black H7S10: https://lichess.org/9FsOTr00/black#62

Push to H2S37: https://lichess.org/uRGeQotP/black#35
https://lichess.org/eI5WU36a/black#30 H2S37: "Protein folding" 20...Qa6! speeds up t.d-M
Push to H2s37: https://lichess.org/jRntGh95/black#21
H2S37: https://lichess.org/VOYitaCq/black#22 
H2S37, bullet<fbno>: https://lichess.org/hB0aPMtG/black#23
H2S37: https://lichess.org/fAJeG49g/white#56
H2S37: https://lichess.org/9wpwQ5ih/black#66
H2S37: https://lichess.org/ryH0yjiV/black
H2S37: https://lichess.org/2HuY8HyI/black#64
H2S37, the Nigel Short: https://lichess.org/AV5Gb3Y9/white#33
H2S37 into a montage: https://lichess.org/MITF7W8Z/white#40
H2S37: https://lichess.org/Z3XsHtp4/black#28
Next: https://lichess.org/LjJvx1Zc/black#23
Next: https://lichess.org/eC6NfgE1/white#108
Next: https://lichess.org/ixPcPJgh/white#74
https://lichess.org/kOJ456QR/black#50 H2S37 + ch-53 deeper analysis. 
https://lichess.org/bGOSMJDk/black#60 H2S37
H2S37: https://lichess.org/CVhB3eVm/white#74
H2S37: https://lichess.org/c6LnRI8q/black#62
H2S37: https://lichess.org/YlGQG87a/black#33
H2S37: Where Bf8? was a mouse-slip: https://lichess.org/lpD8bKTH/black#30
H2S37: https://lichess.org/kw3O9d5o/white#67
H2S37: https://lichess.org/5ViNOkXP/black#5
H2S37, for further investigate: https://lichess.org/HFnKTdRn/black#20
H2S37 next: https://lichess.org/NC6vEXCl/white#29
H2S37: next: https://lichess.org/Nm2TWAd3/white#35
H2S37: https://lichess.org/A54C3rkP/white#21 | https://lichess.org/qLxFSQQk/white#18
H2S37: https://lichess.org/tZQ5nz6h/black#59
H2S37: Pragg is da real MVP: https://lichess.org/kpDavMg9/white#31

H5S2: Sub.binary-tuning of ultra.low-latency,video:

H7S3: A 75-ms video, initially, using 75 as the interval failed in setTimeout, but when I started from the last working delay, 100-ms, and counted down, 1 by 1, with a working intermediate point, I was able to reach 75 again<WP.MIC-H2S135>, to generate a working blob. There is some inconsistency and redeemability here, at this ultra.low-latency, indicating that we are very close to q.tum-E, and the environment needs tuning<ch-15>; this is likely the highest | level in which inconsistency and redeemability are observable.

H6S3: A key 🔑 is as much the entire building as the code is the entirety of programming; code is written to run a machine, but the machine has to be programmed first, to be able to run the code.

H4S2: Low level complexity up-transfer:

Can I think with the same complexity and depth from a higher level as I do at the lower level? In USA 2022, most revenue generation activities are from apparent higher level manifestations such as advertising, as opposed to philosophy or management of e-assoc; there is quite a bit of lower level work being done inadvertently, by the day, more so, but the cash out stage is still high level, and I just need to be there, with a team, to knock down the pins at the end.

// <connect to MIC writing til $1-bn, WP-MIC 6 figure job>

H4S3, here: Using<video>as a tunneler into a deeper sub-binary layer for a low level pervasive-E, in addition to lateral tunneling:

H5S1: Video can be used as an evidence measurement layer, analogous to an electron microscope<Turing>, such that microscope tunings turn over more value through what it can study<#n-p>

H3S6: Building something I want to use:

Staring at a screen all day sucks; teleportation is better. I’m still a startup-junkie. Tired of using products that miss multiple base layer needs to complete needed task.

H3S7: Better ways to learn than Anki:

H4S: Extracting more of my deep prior knowledge:

H5S: Extracting Deep Knowledge Pools That Are Pre-Verbal


O’Dowd, Matt. “Why Is 1/137 One of the Greatest Unsolved Problems in Physics?” PBSSpaceTime, YouTube, 28 Sept. 2022, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCSSgxV9qNw&ab_channel=PBSSpaceTime.

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